Naval Domain Intelligence – Enabling a complete Recognised Maritime Picture
The increased connectivity of systems and their sensors is transforming Naval Domain Intelligence.
This event aims to exploit the opportunities of Naval UxV, surface & air sensors to enable a complete Recognised Maritime Picture that can be distributed quickly and securely between allies. Developments in C4ISR capabilities are greatly enhancing Naval Intelligence and decision making. By gaining information superiority Navies can defend and dominate in the sub surface, surface, air and electromagnetic spectrum.
This two-day meeting will explore how Naval communication systems and networks can manoeuvre within A2/AD environments and counter vulnerabilities to EW and cyber-attacks. Key focus areas include:
- Dominating information warfare
- Interoperability in a network centric environment
- Communication in a denied environment
- UW Communications & BM Management
- Integrating air assets into Naval Domain Intelligence
- Surface sensors
NATO STO Centre of Maritime Research and Experimentation (CMRE) will be hosting a focus day in La Spezia on 19th October with two workshops, analysing interoperability challenges surrounding Maritime Unmanned Systems. Participation will be by invitation only, aimed at national acquisition planners and technology managers from industry. If you would like to be considered, please express your interest and role on your registration form and we will be in touch.
Naval Domain Intelligence will bring together key experts in research and development, innovative technology and capability requirements to push your Fleet into the digital domain.
Please contact Content Manager Emily Parkinson to discuss speaking opportunities.